Though born in Virginia, Sabrina was raised in Mount Dora, Florida.
Sabrina has one daughter.
Photography is one of Sabrina's hobbies.
Sabrina is an avid collector of antique rugs.
After marrying her husband in 2008, who is an employee of the United Nations, Sabrina spent two years in Uganda and some time in Italy.
Sabrina attended Columbia University.
In 2000, Sabrina was nominated for a SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series for Sports Night.
Sabrina is a big nature buff. She likes to hike and backpack and also loves any water sport.
Sabrina has several tattoos: a bracelet on her left ankle, a flower on her right wrist, a scorpion on her right ankle and a Chinese symbol for luck on the back of her neck.
In 1993, Sabrina appeared in the music video of "Iris" by The Breeders.
Before she went into acting on stage, Sabrina was into horseback riding. She was a big horse rider and did a lot of horse showing.
Sabrina's theatrical credits include Wizard of Oz, Annie, Crimes of the Heart and Grease.
Sabrina's TV debut was in 1992, in an episode of Law & Order.
Sabrina studied drama for a year at the Brisbane Royal Theatre Company. She was there as a foreign exchange student.
Sabrina moved to New York City in 1988.
Sabrina started acting in a community theater in Mount Dora, Florida.
When she was 15, she also participated in a student exchange program which allowed her to spend a year in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
Her height is 5'4".
At age 12, Sabrina started her acting career by appearing in a local theater production of Annie as 'Pepper'.
Sabrina Lloyd was a vegetarian for six years during the 1990's.
In the third season episode "Stoker" of Sliders, Sabrina used her own voice when she sang.
She writes and records original music with her guitar.
In 2004, Sabrina filmed minor scenes for the Woody Allen movie, Melinda and Melinda, but was seemingly edited out of the final print.
In 2004, Sabrina starred as 'Jessica DeMarco' in unscreened ABC drama pilot, The DeMarco Affairs, alongside Selma Blair and Jonathan Silverman. Its creator was Jason Katims, formerly responsible for sci-fi series, Roswell.
In 1992, Sabrina co-starred as 'Stephanie' in the unreleased movie, Live Free and Die.
Sabrina: (on her views about ending Sliders) I have two different feelings about that. One part of me says no, I don't want closure with the show, because things aren't always so easily resolved in real life. The other part of me thinks it would be nice to have us all go home. I don't want the show to end, so I don't want to think about an actual ending.
Sabrina: (on fellow Slider's star Cleavant Derricks) He's my partner in crime. I just adore him. He's one of the most amazing men I've every met, so kind and sweet, such a devoted family man. You should see the way his eyes light up when he talks about his wife--he's so in love with her. And he has four kids, whom he absolutely adores. He's also very dedicated to his craft. He brings a lot of comedy to his role.
Sabrina: (on her all male castmates of Sliders) I'm spoiled rotten. I get all the attention, and I love it. I think I'm the luckiest girl in the world. I've got three great guys, you know? When one of them gets sick of me, I go to the other one. Three good-looking, wonderful, talented great guys: what more could a girl ask for? They're like the three brothers I never had.
Sabrina: (on her character Wade from Sliders) There is a bit of me in Wade. Every actor brings a little bit of themselves into their character. Wade is very gung ho to jump into everybody else's business, but Sabrina is more like, 'Ah, I am going to let you deal with your problems and I will deal with mine.' I think that Wade has a lot of energy and is feisty where I am laid back. But I care a lot about people, like Wade does. I am a big humanitarian and I think that Wade is very much the humanitarian on the show.
Sabrina: (on horror movie logic) Yeah I definitely do that too. But I find myself mostly screaming at the screen at horror movies. I just don`t understand why they don`t that. I don`t understand why they don`t just leave the house. I don`t understand why they have to go check every room. I just think it`s stupid. Get out of the house, right?
Sabrina: I was more believing in undying, romantic, passion, passionate moments from the beginning. But love is more really knowing somebody and choosing to stick around and help them through it. I think that's probably more love.
Sabrina: You can over analyze anything. I constantly have to tell myself, "Sabrina, stop thinking." There are people who are just analytical. It's part of your gene makeup, or too much caffeine.
Sabrina: Traveling is one of my great passions and something I do a lot of.
Sabrina: I always wanted to go into film. I love film. I loved growing up in the theatre, but I always wanted to do film all along. But, I still pursue music separately.